The Railway Hotel, Loughrea, Co. Galway - Giclée Print.
Discover the historical charm of O'Dea's Hotel in Loughrea, affectionately known as the Railway Hotel by locals. This iconic landmark dates back to the 1780s, a testament to its enduring legacy that predates the introduction of the railway in the area. Loughrea Railway Station, a significant chapter in the town's history, opened its doors on 1 December 1890 and bid farewell to its last train on 3 November 1975.
The original artwork, capturing the essence of O'Dea's Hotel and its historical context, was meticulously crafted using pigment ink fine liner pens and watercolor pencils and paint. This technique brings to life the rich history and architectural beauty of the hotel and its surroundings.
Presenting a limited edition print on Archival Hahnemuhle Fine Art paper, each piece is created with professional light-fast inks to ensure longevity and vibrancy. As an artist, I, Bernice Cooke, take pride in the quality of these prints, each of which is individually titled, numbered, and signed, adding a personal touch to this unique piece of art.
Please note, this high-quality print is sold unmounted and unframed, offering the flexibility to display it in a way that complements your space. It is shipped securely in a postal tube, and the displayed photos are for reference only.
This print is not just a piece of art; it's a slice of Loughrea's history, and owning it means owning a part of that story. Remember, the copyright ©2024 Bernice Cooke is integral to this artwork, and image reproduction rights do not transfer with the sale."